## digitalmars.D.announce - I've used Dlang to do an experiment using a billion digits of Pi.

- Murilo (17/17) Oct 10 This software, written in Dlang, analyzes the digits of pi in
- Salih Dincer (6/11) Oct 10 This is a great and successful project, congratulations. Maybe

This software, written in Dlang, analyzes the digits of pi in order to find images and words in them. It is just a funny experiment, it read a file with 1 billion digits of pi and then it used an algorithm to turn the digits into images, later another algorithm was used to turn the digits into letters. The images unfortunately were all random, none of them formed a pattern, they were all similar to the image you can find in the "all results.zip" file. The letters were counted to see how often each appeared, also the letters were examined to find words in them, each word was counted to see how often it appeared too. Some letters barely appeared, some words also appeared rarely, whereas others appeared all the time. Here is the Github to it: https://github.com/MuriloMir/Pi-analyzer Here is the article I've written on my blog to explain it in details: https://computingthesciences.blogspot.com/2024/10/analyzing-1-billion-digits-of-pi.html

Oct 10

On Thursday, 10 October 2024 at 22:39:13 UTC, Murilo wrote:Here is the Github to it: https://github.com/MuriloMir/Pi-analyzer Here is the article I've written on my blog to explain it in details: https://computingthesciences.blogspot.com/2024/10/analyzing-1-billion-digits-of-pi.htmlThis is a great and successful project, congratulations. Maybe you would like to expand the article section. Please also use the following: https://translated.turbopages.org/proxy_u/tr-en.tr.9b30f7f9-67085f4d-c203e420-74722d776562/https/barisozcan.com/3-1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679/ SDB 79

Oct 10